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Waterwise are Recruiting Board Members
We are looking for a new Board Chair and a new Board Member.
Closing date for applications is 1st August, please see the Waterwise website for further details.
The Annual Conference of the WATEF Network is being held at the University of Exeter, 5-7th August. The theme is Energy Efficient Urban Water Management.
Our Research & Delivery Director, Dani Jordan, will be there chairing a session on the Friday, make sure to go and say hi.
There's still time to book your place. The full programme is available on the WATEF website.
Water Efficiency Tweet Meet
3pm to 4pm Tuesday 4th August
Waterwise are organising water efficiency tweetmeets on the first Tuesday of every month. We will be using the hashtag #waterefficiencychat and everyone is welcome to get involved. We will post a few questions during the hour so if you want to comment or talk about stuff you are doing just use the hashtag and join in.
If you don't follow us on twitter, use the button at the end of the newsletter to find us.
Edie Sustainability Leaders Awards
Due to popular demand, edie have announced that entry to the Sustainability Leaders Awards will be extended for one week, so there is still plenty of time to get your entries in. The entry deadline will now be midnight on Thursday 30th July 2015.
Submit your entry now at www.awards.edie.net. Our MD Jacob Tompkins is one of the judges.
Smart Approved Watermark
Waterwise are joining forces with Australia’s successful water efficiency label, Smart Approved Watermark, to support innovation in water conservation by expanding the label into the European market. This partnership will see the Waterwise Recommended Checkmark amalgamate into Smart Approved Watermark. Launching in November. Stay tuned for more details and how to apply.
Faith & Climate Change
The Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) have developed and tested language around climate change that could mobilise activity across the world's 5 main faith groups (Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim) in the lead up to the UN Climate Conference in Paris.
The 4 page guide makes for interesting reading, and many of the points could be picked up in faith based communications around water efficiency.
Waterwise Annual Conference 2016
Save the Date: 2nd March 2016
Further details coming soon.